OLOROSO EN RAMA 2001
Definition : Jerez-Xerez-Sherry.
Type of grape : Palomino.
Vineyards : The Añina and Carrascal pagos. Vineyards that are between 20 and 60 years old. Soil type: Albariza with a limestone content of over 40%.
Alcohol content : 21.5 % Alc. /Vol.
Type of grape : Vintage 2001, OXIDATIVE Ageing, classified as Oloroso in 2013
Flavouring : A sherry aged statically for 18 years in 500 to 600L American oak casks
Sugar content : Dry, <2g/L
Acidity : 2.9/7.6 g/L Tartaric Acid
Tasting notes : Mahogany in colour with flecks of gold. Great aromatic complexity. Elegant in the mouth, mineral with a very long and subtle aftertaste.
* Contains Sulphites